can't feel my baby moving very much, is everything OK?
I have another scan so my husband can see our baby too?
bleeding while I'm pregnant, is the baby safe?
14 weeks and 20 weeks of your pregnancy you can ask for a routine
scan that will check the fetal heart beat and measure the head, tummy
and leg length of your baby. This scan gives reassurance if you
experience bleeding and/or pain or if you just want another chance to
see and bond with your baby.
your gynaecologist / midwife if you:
Richmond Practice our consultant gynaecologists and obstetricians
offer scans as part of our pregnancy/maternity services. Their
experience includes working in a tertiary referral centre (where
doctors refer at-risk pregnancies to or where pregnant couples can go
for a second opinion.)
like the opportunity for another look at your baby
concerns for your baby's well-being at any stage of your